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I'm wondering if it's possible to unregister from Scarleteen. I looked through the register, preferences and faq section but to no avail. So can somebody help me with this?

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Nope ... you can't unregister. Once you're in, you're in forever.

We don't have an "unresister" button for security reasons. I don't want new people coming in w/ someone elses name b/c it'll be confusing.

How many of the "registered" users do you think actually post? They get a username and then post a few times and leave. So if you're considering leaving, that's all you have to do. No unregistering allowed.

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